Why patronize a state that allows felony convictions for bong water?
If bong water possession were going to be made a felony anywhere in the United States, one would have expected that more likely to happen in the deep South or the bible belt, and not in Garrison Keillor country. Now that it is a felony in Keillor’s backyard, I hope he lambasts it on his weekly radio show. Minnesota v. Peck, ___ MN ___ (Oct. 22, 2009). Jon Katz
ADDENDUM: Thanks to TalkLeft for posting on this story, including the link to the opinion.